Ben Lovro | Real Estate Entrepreneur | Business Innovator
Ben Lovro | Real Estate Entrepreneur | Business Innovator
Ben Lovro is an entrepreneur who has worked in the real estate industry for several years. He has become a business innovator, social media personality, and lifelong student of personal development. He has used his passion for growth to become a catalyst for lasting change in his community.
“I learned about self development when I was in a very low state.” Says Ben Lovro ” I was Consumed by my fears and overwhelmed by the weight of my past; I didn’t have a leg to stand on.” This is where everything began to change.
Today is the gate between where you stand and where you want to be in the future.
Take a moment to check your belief system.
Beliefs are internal statements that we consider to be true. They reside at the very core of our being and will ultimately determine how we think, feel, and act. Our confidence stems from our beliefs, which in turn will dictate what we consider to be possible. “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” Proverbs 23:7
My belief is that there is nothing that can stop a person with the right mental attitude from accomplishing their goals. If you can see something in your mind, you can hold it in your hand. The very thoughts that we release into the world will ultimately manifest themselves into an outward expression. Once you realize that what you think about expands, you become very careful about what you choose to think about.
Our basic qualities can be cultivated through consistent effort.
Everyone has the power to grow and change through application and experience. We have all been given different talents and gifts, interests and temperaments; but it is our commitment to develop these qualities that sets us apart over time. There are no quick fix schemes. Everything involves some type of process. Our focus should be less about getting things right, and more about the progress in our journey. Learn to reflect on your victories and utilize the time that you have (we all have 24 hours in a day) to feed your mind with positive affirmations. If you focus on the growth, you will get there over time.
How do you listen to that still small inner voice when there are so many voices in the crowd telling you that you can’t do it? Stop listening to the opinions of others; trust your intuition, it somehow already knows the next step that you need to take. Once you realize your value, your whole perspective changes. You have everything that you need right in front of you. Elevate your consciousness and expand your vision. Learn to utilize your network as a tool for success. Welcome every challenge as an opportunity for growth and focus your energy on producing results. “It’s in our moments of decision that our destiny is shaped.” Tony Robbins.
Everything that you see today started with a vision. It was first created in in the mind (though the power of ones imagination); and was then fabricated through outward expression. This is why goal setting is so important. When you write down exactly what you want in life; you have an idea, you have substance, you have the power to create living inside of you. Anything is possible through the power of your imagination. Your thoughts carry more substance than you think. They hold eternal significance and have a much larger impact than your mind can conceive. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen. It is the belief that one can literally transform their dreams into a reality.
“It’s important to revisit your goals every single day” says Ben Lovro “I will tell you why.” By writing down our goals we construct a roadmap that helps guide us along the way. It gives us vision and direction to keep us on the right path. Our goals hold us accountable, they keep us on track, and maintain laser sharp focus to assist us when moving in a specified direction. Journaling is one of the best ways to master these goals because it allows you to lay out those thoughts in a practical manner; which in turn helps to filter through the clutter that lies beneath the surface of our imagination. We all have unlimited potential that lives inside each and every one of us. Don’t get caught up in a system that will exhaust you of your creativity.
Knowing what you want is perhaps the most important step in self-development;
This takes much persistence and self examination. Once your desire to serve God overwhelms all other desires, you begin to realize your true purpose in life and your whole perspective will change. To be fulfilled we have to grow. It is this journey that will develop our life and in turn create a platform for others to follow. Some of our greatest moments come from facing our fears and doing the things that scare us the most. You have been given one life, and you have one chance to tell your story. It’s never too late to become the person that want to be.
We are all so destination minded.
Consumed by our anxious thoughts and stuck in this nervous ecosystem within of our own head. It’s easy to get caught up in a fixed mindset, keeping us bound to the notion that our life will remain the same because of the belief that this is how it has always been. Sometimes in order for us to move forward, we must connect the dots going backwards. The past can be our greatest teacher as long as we are willing to address it with the right mindset. It’s time that we start asking ourselves the right questions.
What did I go through that causes me to think the way that I do?
What has my response been?
By asking yourself these questions and answering them honestly, it will help to revisit your past and touch on the various situations that have led you to where you stand today. We cannot always control what happens, but we can control what our response will be. Our response is everything. Great achievers do not have fewer problems; they just ask better questions, and in turn have found better answers. In order to tackle anything in life or even business for that matter, it is important to become a great problem solver. In the words of Steven Furtick “The greater the calling, the greater the conflict.”
Your greatest opportunities in life will be directly related to the adversity that you go through.
It is in these moments of opposition that our character is developed. Sometimes our problems have less to do with us, and more to do with the people that we are called to help. It is better to give than to receive. I believe that in order to truly live a life of fulfillment, we must develop a sense of humility and selflessness. It is far more gratifying to live a life of service to others than in having a closed mindset centered on self.
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